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Growing Up & Facts of Life
  • Author:
    Andrew Biscomb,Julia Bell
  • ISBN:
    1416902074
  • ISBN13:
    978-1416902072
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Simon Pulse (January 1, 2006)
  • Pages:
    272 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Growing Up & Facts of Life
  • Language:
  • FB2 format
    1225 kb
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    1223 kb
  • DJVU format
    1229 kb
  • Rating:
    4.9
  • Votes:
    990
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Julia Bell, Andrew Biscomb. It sizzles under my skin, puffing me up, pushing me out, making me massive. This book was really great. It is good for those girls who feel unsure of themselves (I am not ones of them).

Julia Bell, Andrew Biscomb. Weight has always been a big issue in Carmen's life. It could help you find yourself.

About Julia Bell: Librarian note: there are multiple authors with this name on. .In the US Massive is published by Simon and Schuster and Dirty Work by Walker Books. Julia Bell (Goodreads Author), Andrew Biscomb.

About Julia Bell: Librarian note: there are multiple authors with this name on Goodreads.

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It sizzles under my skin, puffing me up, pushing me out, making me massive. There are certain situations where only partial refunds are granted (if applicable) Book with obvious signs of use CD, DVD, VHS tape, software, video game, cassette tape, or vinyl record that has been opened Any item not in its original condition, is damaged or missing parts for reasons not due to our error Any item that is returned more than 30 days after.

Designed by Andrew Biscomb. I'm fat," I hear myself saying. I look in the mirror. My face has gone hot and red; I feel like I'm going to explode. How could it not? Her mom is obsessed with the idea that thin equals beautiful, thin equals successful, thin equals the way to get what you want. Carmen knows that as far as her mom is concerned, there is only one option: be thin

Nuff respect to the friends and family massive –. The Bell family, Rachel Bradford, Maggie Braley, Lesa Carniegie, Louise D’Arcens, Bex Farley, Jackie Gay, Ness Harbar, Emma Hargrave, Mo Herdman, Laura Hird, Tina Jackson, JpJ, Paschal Kane, Penny & Dave Rendall, Michèle Roberts, Jerry Sheldon, Ali Smith, Barbara Watts and Sara Wingate Gray.

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Andrew Belle (born 1984) is an American singer-songwriter. Belle is originally from and currently resides in Chicago, IL - although he has lived in both Nashville and Los Angeles in recent years. He has toured alongside many accomplished artists such as Mat Kearney, Ben Rector, Allen Stone, The Milk Carton Kids, Joshua Radin, Brett Dennen, Leagues, Diane Birch, and is a member of the critically acclaimed songwriter collective Ten Out of Tenn.

"I'm fat," I hear myself saying. I look in the mirror. My face has gone hot and red; I feel like I'm going to explode. "I'm fat." It sizzles under my skin, puffing me up, pushing me out, making me massive. Weight has always been a big issue in Carmen's life. How could it not? Her mom is obsessed with the idea that thin equals beautiful, thin equals successful, thin equals the way to get what you want. Carmen knows that as far as her mom is concerned, there is only one option: be thin. When her mother sweeps her off to live in the city, Carmen finds that her old world is disappearing. As her life spirals out of control Carmen begins to take charge of the only thing she can -- what she eats. If she were thin, very thin, could it all be different?

Amerikan_Volga
It wasn't ABOUT anything. It jumps from "the mom is terrible" to "the mom is sick and pitiful." The main character goes to school on the first day in the new place and Kelly is nice to her and shows her around. Then two other girls come by and mock Kelly for being fat. The next day the main character hooks up with the two mean girls and calls Kelly fat and pursues her to do mean things. Where did THAT come from? If people are like that (and I am not, nor is my husband), then I don't know why we should even go on. Do mean people grow up and forget that they were mean? Agh. Also, it just ENDS. Nothing has happened except that she discovered this guy they hang around with is her real father and her mother ODs and goes to a psych hospital. She'll go live with Lisa, a character who was too good to be true all along. Yay, the end? Hmm. Nothing really changed for our main character. Also, who was massive? No one was all that fat here, not like in Gilbert Grape and other fat wails. There should have been some cause-->effect chain that links the scenes. It's called a plot. I enjoyed the British slang, though. That was kind of interesting.
POFOD
I'm a sucker for books that takes place in England and for teen mental health stories, so I had high hopes for this book. Bell does an excellent job of creating depth to the characters of Carmen and her mother. Mom is thoroughly despicable from the beginning and it is heartbreaking to watch Carmen wrestle with the demons that want her to resist and become her at the same time.

The other characters weren't as engaging and I got bored in the middle a bit, when I could predict where things were going, so the tension wasn't there for me. It was just fine, overall.
Blacknight
I enjoyed reading this book. Seeing the characters struggle with eating and food hits home foe me. I recommend this book.
Ynap
MEHH
Jugami
Pretty good book. It's something you can get into.
Micelhorav
I don't know if I missed something or skipped a chapter, but Massive seemed like an odd, disjointed, unsatisfying and unresolved mess of a novel. I couldn't relate to the main character at all - she was too naive (yet oddly cruel), too stupid, and too irritating. The book just ended. It was like the author wanted to write about eating disorders, so she included ALL of them in the book (weird) and then she ran out of ideas so she just stopped. Frustrating.
avanger
great
It was alright